Green Airport


Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Programme & Carbon Emission
About MIA Website

About MIA

Airport in the City

Green Airport
Environmental Management Policy
Green Project
Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Programme & Carbon Emission

Airline Information

Airport Alliance

Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Programme & Carbon Emission

MIA had participated in the ACA Programme from organized by ACI and accredited with Level 2 – “Reduction” since 2014, with the target set as “Reduce Carbon Emissions per Movement by 20% in 2018 compared to 2012 Level”. Through continuous effort, to reduce emissions, MIA had reduced 40% of carbon emissions per aircraft movement in 2018 compared to that of 2012.

In 2019, MIA had set another target “Reduce Carbon Emissions per Movement by 30% in 2028 from 2018 Level” and revised our Carbon Management Plan. MIA started to implement more environmental projects and measures that can be done to achieve the target, such as replacement of aging vehicles with low or no emission vehicles, replacement of chillers in PTB generating major carbon emission, implementing seasonal lighting on-off schedule in PTB, maximizing the variety of recycling wastes generated from daily operations etc.

By performing the above actions, the total carbon emissions of 2021 was 20,685.66 tonnes CO2e, while that was 24,018.26 tonnes CO2e in 2019. The total carbon emission in 2021 had reduced 17% by comparing to the average of the total carbon emissions of the previous 3 years.

MIA will join the community and our stakeholder in tackling the global climate crisis together, and work towards meeting the targets laid down in our MIA Carbon Management Plan step by step in order to strive for carbon neutrality in the future.

ACA Programme Level 2 Accreditation Certificate

Back to the top

Bookmarked Flights